One of my stops during the trip to St Simons was the Georgia Sea Turtle Center in Jekyll Island. Its really just a 10-15 minute drive over a very beautiful flyover but you do have to pay to enter and be able to park your car anywhere. The center is pretty small. They do have a nice exhibit area describing the growth and life of turtles. An interesting feature here was the viewing mirrors into the hospital area where you could see doctors working on turtles. There are two large overhead screens as well that you can use to view up close how the turtles are being helped. One of the docents explained that what I was saying was a turtle that had been hit by a car possibly and they ere cleaning off layers of dirt that had gathered in the wounded area to be able to see the actual wounds and help heal those. Its amazing how much care you have to take to handle these little four legged creatures that barely sometimes even take up half the table in size. The exhibits are interactive but definitely geared towards children than adults. An outer extension area actually serves as the conservation zone with rows of pools and little glass exhibits where recovering turtles are rested until their cover. Some have illnesses that need to be cured and others have wounds that must heal before they can be left out again. I believe I spent more time reading the history logs of each of the turtles in those pools than in the museum area. They varied in size from as smalls the palm of my hand to as big as a few 100 pounds in weight. I can see kids having a really good time here as also nature enthusiasts and animal lovers. I wouldn't say its a must visit but if you being to any of the afore-mentioned categories than this might be worth the while. The work being done here is commendable though. I have never got to see specialists working on turtles right in front of my eyes so kudos to them for choosing the profession they do so we can cherish the beauty of nature around us.